Re: Permission Slips
robert collins (robert_collins@STREAM.COM)
Fri, 13 Oct 1995 12:17:35 EST
Please post the P-Slip
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Subject: Re: Permission Slips
Author: SCOUTS-L Youth Groups Discussion List <SCOUTS-L@TCUBVM.IS.TCU.EDU> at
Date: 10/13/95 11:57 AM
New Text Item: Permission Slips
>My experience has been that the hospital always calls the parents to
>permission to give medical treatment. I've only had two trips to the
Both my Troop and my Post use a "Special Power of Attorney". This give the SM/EA
or other responsible adult the right to sign for medical treatment. I have been
using this for 10 years, it works. A copy of the family insurance car is
attached to the form. When medical treatment is need all I have to do is sign
and the treatment is given and the family is billed, no problems, no hassles.
This form is good for one year and it is required to be updated each year for
participation in my units. No form No GO.
If you want it I can be convinced to post it.
Terry Howerton Sakima Group, Inc. SCOUTER Magazine Kansas City